Rooted 303 helps those impacted by addiction with services to ignite their passion, discover their purpose, and reclaim their future. We do this by offering personal development classes, job coaching, employment placement, and impactful volunteer opportunities. We start where other support programs stop.
Our 3 Core Values
Rooted 303 is assisting people in moving forward to their next step. Rooted303 utilizes the talents and gifts that everyone has in light of their passions. Rooted 303 is unified in community.
Originally from Florida, Domingo grew up in the midst of addiction, family disfunction and poverty. He has seen first hand the impact that education and assistance has on individuals, families and communities.
Domingo has a love for people and a drive to see them take steps to improving their lives and rebuilding their families. He has worked closely with those struggling and believes community and continued assistance are missing pieces to successfully moving forward. That's why he founded Rooted 303. We pick up where other programs end, filling in the gaps!
Lori has more than 20 years of experience as an administrative professional. She is a certified administrative professional and is working towards completing two other certifications.
Lori is always looking for ways to make improvements, whether through her professional role or in her personal pursuit of ambitious fitness goals.
Danielle Staples, Ph.D.
Danielle is a passionate and active member of the community where she serves on several non-profit boards. She is a wife and mother of two beautiful children and loves to participate in their school activities and functions. Professionally, Danielle serves as an administrator at a local community college where she is dedicated to innovation, inclusivity, and student success.
Danielle was drawn to the mission of Rooted 303, and after speaking with the founders, knew she had to be a part of the board. Throughout her youth, Danielle watched her sister struggle with chemical dependency and ultimately lose her battle with substance abuse. Danielle feels strongly that the Rooted 303 programming and supports can help normalize the process of recovery, and connect individuals and their families to people, education, and resources to ensure a successful path forward.
A native of Colorado, Stacey fell in love with nonprofits after a trip to Puerto Rico. Inspired by working with teens in foster care and a rehab program in Puerto Rico, Stacey quickly developed a passion for helping people move forward in life and a desire to see them succeed.
Ms. Brewer is the founder/President of New Beginnings Recovery Center (NBRC). She is considered an expert in successfully formulating, developing, and implementing treatment programs that save lives.
NBRC is the only treatment center asked to participate with the Rocky Mountain High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area. This initiative is instrumental in addressing the increasing Heroin epidemic in Colorado. Ms. Brewer works directly with the Attorney General’s office in Colorado as well as the FBI.
In 2003 Mary founded Mary’s Hope Sober Homes, Inc after recognizing the enormous need for sober housing. She is passionate about finding solutions for the homeless population and those less fortunate.
Christine Giulini, MA, LPCC, NCC,CNTP
Christine is passionate about healing the whole person through spiritual exploration, nutrition and lifestyle changes, and integrative mental health modalities. Christine believes the mind and body are divinely designed to heal itself and when we provide it the opportunity to do that, it will do just that, truly heal.
She has two grown daughters who bring beauty to this world through their passion for helping others (one an acupuncturist and chiropractor, the other a counselor working with children and adolescents). Additionally, she has two wonderful grandsons who are kind, caring, strong and bring their own beauty to this crazy world. She feels blessed to be living the life she is living and super excited to have an opportunity to join this journey with Rooted 303.